Ms Kathy Potter, from the Frog and Tadpole Society (FATS), will be visiting the Kariong Eco Garden on Sunday, February 12.
On that day, Kariong Eco Garden will also be planting seasonal vegetable seedlings in their rejuvenated raised beds.
Ms Potter will share her knowledge of frogs with members of the community and will bring some along to show.
Kariong Eco Garden will present its summer Four Seasons for Art and Film night on Saturday, February 18.
Ten to 15 short films will be screened at the garden’s pedal-powered cinema on February 18 and the audience can vote for the People’s Choice Award.
All are welcome – with or without a film to share, and whether or not you want to help pedal.
Local Aboriginal Elder, Mr Gavi Duncan, will open each evening this year with his Welcome to Country, stories, song and didgeridoo playing.
The Four Seasons event will include a barbecue, local musicians Mollie Emery and Friends, nature play and treasure hunt, and pedal powered short films.
The Kariong Eco Garden is located on the corner of Dandaloo St and Woy Woy Rd.
Feb 3, 2017
Lisa Wriley, Kariong Eco Gardens